In our first Patron exclusive episode of Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, we explore the mysterious death of Tom Thomson.
Tom Thomson was a famous Canadian painter who frequented Algonquin Provincial Park. In 1917, he went on a canoe trip down the river… only to be found a week later, dead in the water with a bruise on his temple and a fishing line wrapped around his leg.
Since his death, many theories have come forward. Was it an accident, was it suicide, was it murder, and if so, by who? Conflicting stories emerged from different sources that day and so his death has become infamous in Canadian legend.
Behind every feel-good Canadian story is another that is dark, twisted and mysterious. Come listen and learn about the stories that shook the nation -- or maybe didn't -- in our new podcast series, Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, with co-hosts Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman.